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  2. 2. POLICE, SECURITY & DEFENCE FORCE TRAINING EXAMPLESThe Multi-Mission Dynamics Group of the U.K. consists of 4 “niche” companies/departments,with representation in several countries of the GCC, as well as Asia and the ASEAN region:-  Multi-Mission Dynamics Training and Consultancy (N.I.) – (M2DNI)  Multi-Mission Dynamics Limited – Weapons, Equipment and Ammunition – (M2D);  Camouflage Technology Limited – “2D Multi-Spectral Camouflage Solutions” – (CamoTek);  Maritime Offshore Management Limited – Maritime Technical Solutions and Training – (MoM). AIMS OF THE M2D SECURITY TRAINING GROUP  Consistently apply international training standards and best practice across Agencies. – M2D bespoke and standard courses are all accredited by a range of acceptable bodies associated with the type of course material involved.  Provide accreditation / certification for training in security, civil protection, etc. and develop specialist supplementary training programs such as explosive ordnance disposal, aviation security, special operations, maritime, etc:- 2 Page Restricted
  3. 3. M2D provide bespoke and accredited courses, or have constructednew departments around the world for land, sea and air units andhave in the past provided training, training documents, trainingsoftware courses and departments to international services. Beloware just some examples:- a) Military – Special Operations, leadership and bespoke tailored courses; b) Intelligence – Intelligence gathering and analysis; c) Investigations – Investigations and forensic gathering, within an operational and hostile environment; d) Security – Explosive Ordinance Disposal, executive protection, asset security, critical infrastructure protection, K9; e) Civil Protection and Public Safety – Fire, emergency medical technician, paramedic, safety and survival, public safety, civil protection; f) Maritime – Maritime security, ISPS Code auditing, seamanship, HUET, advanced fire fighting, offshore disaster management, search and rescue, major oil spill and pollution management, crisis management, and many more; g) Aviation – Aviation security, search and rescue, SERE, PSP ejector seat packing training and management and language training to ICAO compliance for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, etc; h) Emergency Management – The M2D Group company Maritime Offshore Management Limited (MoM) is a derivative of the largest offshore marine and underwater consultancy in the world, which was sold to partnership of Lloyds Register and British Maritime Technology (BMT). M2D therefore has available trainers and consultants, for example, who wrote all the marine operations and emergency manuals and training specifications for all the oil majors in the UK’s North Sea, under the umbrella of UKOOA – United Kingdom Offshore Operators Association. The Chairman of the M2D Group was also the Marine Operations Manager for the UK government’s own oil company, the British National Oil Corporation; i) CBRN/Nuclear – M2D, though M2D Limited in the U.K., have trained and consulted for the protection of nuclear shipments and facilities in the UK and in transit around the world. Currently they have a joint venture developing a lightweight material which protects from CBRN exposure whilst leaving the wearer comfortable; a CBRN breathable fabric, in addition to being involved with the development of the leading edge “Explonix” explosive detector, which also has a dirty bomb material detection module available. 3 Page Restricted
  4. 4.  Achieve economies of scale and reduce Agencies’ duplication in training investments and develop a corps of security services professionals within the customer:-M2D’s experience in training across a global range of police, military and criticalinfrastructure needs provides a niche core of training assets to customers, within oneorganisation. SPECIFIC FOCUS AREAS – training for  Civilian and Military Tactical Training Services:- M2D provide such training services around the world to police and military clients. Just some examples have been previously forwarded to demonstrate the range and depth of experience available, from small bespoke tactical courses to the implementation of complete Force departments and their integration in the overall Force capability.  Military and Special Ops:- M2D train elite forces all around the world, including UK, Europe, US, South America and Australia. M2D is currently training the SRR (Special Reconnaissance Regiment) made up of personnel from SAS, SBS and 14 Intel Det. in the UK. Many of our senior trainers come from “E Department”, Specialist Operations Branch, now re-named C4 within the Northern Ireland Police Service, as well as long serving members and trainers within the UK Special Forces and from the UK intelligence community.  Critical Infrastructure Protection:- M2D train police, elite forces and military units in the protection of critical infrastructure assets. An example would be a 3 year, major oil asset protection program in Georgia and an ongoing contract with a global corporate body. M2D are Vendor Stakeholders in the new 4 security academy project in the UAE. Page Restricted
  5. 5.  Emergency Responders:- M2D have a long history in the provision of training and equipment specifying for Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Fire Fighting, Emergency Medical and Paramedic Services, movement and protection of hazardous materials (including nuclear), K9 and Mechanical K9, the moving of casualties by air transport (medi-vac) Search, Rescue an Survival:- M2D air wing managers and trainers come from the SERE training school of the Royal Air Force (RAF), SAS pilots and combine with the marine specialists to provide a comprehensive training blanket across all IMO “IMSAR” requirements, on land, sea and in active war fighting theatres. For example, they have trained all three UK MOD Services, Canadian and US personnel. Hostage instructors have trained all three UK MOD services, UK Special Forces, Canadian and US services, German Special Forces, Greek Special Forces, Italian and Dutch services, Norwegian Special Forces and Danish Special Forces personnel. They have also helped set up the Danish Hostage school and currently have instructors embedded with the Norwegian Hostage School. K9 - department creation and training:- The M2D training unit developed and trained the anti-drug and anti- terrorist K9 unit in the RUC (Royal Ulster Constabulary) now named the PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland). Northern Ireland has been leading the world since 1969 in all types of anti-drug and anti- terrorist training, for dogs and human beings, as well as the covert equipment required in such operations. Also, all aspects in the use of dogs as a less lethal alternative when dealing with non-compliant personnel. Emerging Concepts and Technology:- Over the course of a year, M2D have embedded trainers in training establishments, operational units and seats of learning and science. Our current work on the “Compep” chemical which will protect wearers from all CBRN attacks, whilst letting the wearer’s body breath is an example of our support for new concepts and technology, along with the continuous improvement of our 2D anti-radar camouflage signature management systems. 5 Page Restricted
  6. 6. 1. Departments Enhanced Developed and/or Installed into Global Law Enforcement Agencies by M2D trainers:  Criminal Investigation Department (CID);  Dog Section (K9);  Traffic Branch;  Command and Control (Communications branch);  Mounted Branch;  C.A.R.E. Unit (Child Abuse and Rape Enquiry);  Firearms Training Unit;  Fire Arms Branch;  Explosives Branch;  Serious and Organised Crime Unit;  Forensic Unit;  Drug Squad (DEA);  Counter Terrorist Branch (In some services called “Special Branch”);  Public Order Unit ( Riot and Civil Unrest);  Air Support Unit;  Marine Unit;  Fingerprint/Photography Branch.2. Examples of Bespoke Courses Developed by M2D and delivered to Elite Global Law Enforcement Agencies and Special Forces Units:  Classified Anti-Terrorist and Equipment Courses. Surveillance  Foot, Mobile, Maritime & Aerial Surveillance  Covert Observation  Situational Awareness (within hostile environments)  Technical Surveillance Counter Measures  Tracking Deployment  Covert Photography (including infra-red)  Risk Assessment & Threat Analysis  Human Rights Technical Surveillance  Foundation Undercover Training and Assessment;  Introduction to Technical Surveillance;  Conduct on Target - what is required from entering and exiting the item 6 Page (building, terrorist hide, building, office etc) and how to set it up;  Eavesdropping/ Counter Eavesdropping (All Aspects); Restricted
  7. 7.  Close Target Recon (CTR) Detailed Target Recon (DTR) (All Aspects); Use of Tracking devices in other situations (Containers, boxes, packages etc...); Deployment of Alarm devices for Covert Hides; Use of Audio devices in other situations, containers, covert hides, buildings etc…); “Hide” building for devices; Handheld G.P.S. training for rurally deployed devices, pin pointing hides or reaction by response teams.CCTV Foundation of CCTV Principles Camera and Lens Selection CCTV Deployment Skills Links Power Supply IR Advanced DeploymentsCovert Means of Entry Lock Picking Required Tools Key Impressioning Padlocks Household LocksDeep Deployment (Vehicles)Audio, Loggers GSM/GPS Tracking, RF Tracking Initial Tasking(Requirements) Detailed Request Forms RIPA Documents Risk Assessment Surrogate Vehicles Deployment Research Identifying Suitable Power Source Deployment Testing Briefing Orders “On Target” Procedures Actual Deployment (Night/Evening exercise) Emergency Extraction Planning 7 Page Restricted
  8. 8. Fast Deployment (Vehicles)Audio, Loggers GSM/GPS Tracking, RF Tracking Initial Tasking(Requirements) Detailed Request Forms RIPA Documents Risk Assessment Surrogate Vehicles Deployment Research Identifying Suitable Power Source Deployment Testing Briefing Orders “On Target” Procedures Actual Deployment (Night/Evening exercise) Emergency Extraction PlanningFirearms Human Rights Less Lethal Options Tactical Arrest Procedures & Systems Tactical Weapon Handling Hostage Retrieval Rapid Intervention & Dynamic Entry Live Firing Counter Ambush Vehicle Drills Advanced Sniper Techniques Critical Incident Management Post Incident ManagementMedical Support Adult Basic Life Support First Aid at Work Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support Air Rescue (Cas-evac) Oxygen Therapy DefibrillatorPersonal Safety Program Weapon Retention/Disarming Hand Cuffing Baton Techniques CS/ Pepper Spray Self Defence Training Blocking and Striking Removal of non-compliant persons from vehicles/premises 8 Defence against edged weapons Page Tactical take downs Restricted
  9. 9. Close Protection High Level Principals Static Guard Walking Drills Vehicle Drills Security Advance Party RST (Residential Security Team)Rapid Intervention Aircraft Public Transport Buildings Boats/ Ships Use of Hatton rounds, flash bangs etc..Tactical Patrolling Live Firing Techniques Live Firing from Vehicles Anti-Ambush Techniques Live Firing Drills Escorting Personnel under Fire. Evasive Driving Maritime Boarding (passive and non-passive) Maritime patrolling and interdictionPublic Order Control Water Cannon, Dogs, Gas (less lethal options) Containment of personnel Containment Shield defence Techniques to combat against Hostile Personnel, Petrol bombs, Lethal and Non-Lethal Missiles 9 Page Restricted
  10. 10. Small Boats Boat Familiarisation Basic Sea Survival Coxswains Initial Advanced Coxswain Coxswains Re-Qualification Tactical Operations Range of weapons training in a marine operational environment “Barbarossa” – The M2D turnkey anti-piracy package for Merchant Vessels. 10 Page Restricted
  11. 11. 3. Examples of Survival and Aeronautical Courses Developed and Delivered by M2D Trainers:  SERE – Survive, Evade, Resist Extract - Overview / Basic Survival  SERE Instructor Course  Resistance / Hostage Instructor Course  Language Competence to ICAO Operational Level, for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers  Packing and Management of Ejector Seat PSPs and Parachutes  Desert (Hot and Cold) Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Temperate Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Jungle Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Arctic Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Maritime Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Urban Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules (Escape Training)  Aviation Focussed Survival Training  Tracking & Anti-Tracking Courses  Hostage Survival Course Theory/ Theory and Practical Modules  Cockpit Resource Management Training  SAR / CSAR Watch Keeper Course  Officer/ SNCO Leadership  Survival Psychology Course  Neuro-Linguistic Programming Training (NLP- optimising mental and Physical 11 performance)  Survival First Aid Page  Basic Survival;  Advanced Survival Restricted
  12. 12.  Navigation;  Tracking;  Trapping  Evasion  Air Crew Simulator Training  IAMSAR Training to all IMO levels   M2D have both male and female special operations trainers and associated programs.QUALITIY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSIn M2Ds experience around the world, we recommend that all training is fulfilled within thecurrent customer QA/QC system. If a customer does not have a QA system in place it wouldnormally be the intention of M2D to contract to produce a system for the customer whichcomplies with UK Standard: BS 5750._________________________________ ∞ _____________________________________ 12 Page Restricted
  13. 13. M2D OIL & GAS and GENERAL INDUSTRY TRAININGM2D has a range of services for the training and development of national staff in the oil andgas sector.The company has been responsible for a number of major projects in emerging oil and gasmarkets, where it has produced staff development strategies and related deliverables fornational and international energy companies. Services include (examples only):  Staff Development Strategies  Manpower Forecasting  Recruitment Planning  Succession Planning  Staff Recruitment & Selection Methods  Training & Development Methods  Mentoring Systems  Training Needs Analysis  Designing Training & Development Programs  Arranging Education, Training & Development Programs  Managing the Training & Development Process  Training Delivery (Oil & Gas Engineering, HSE, Soft Skills) **  Oilfield Training Centres (Feasibility and Viability Studies)  Reviewing local Education Systems, Methods and Standards 13M2D provides clients with a range of high-value services relating to staff training and Pagedevelopment. Restricted
  14. 14. SHORT COURSE TRAINING PROGRAMTRAINING SERVICESM2D has a number of specialist Training Consultants who can deliver a comprehensiverange of short courses for the oil and gas industry. Specialist Tutors have extensiveexperience of delivering training programs in a variety of oil and gas markets around theworld. Some of the available courses are listed below. Further details are available onrequest.HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT COURSESM2D can deliver a full range of HSE courses including:  Management of Risk for Top Managers A short but focused and effective program for stimulating discussion and understanding of the causes of major disasters, current best practice in HSE management, and behavioral modification programs;  Management of Risk & Safety for Senior Managers A short program to remind Managers of their key responsibilities, including loss control, cost of accidents, essential features of HSE Management Systems, safety culture, task risk assessment, accident investigation, control of major accident hazards, HSE performance monitoring and control;  Integrated HSE Systems Management A short program to help HSE Managers review the pros and cons of integrating Health, Safety and Environmental Systems into a single coherent Management System;  Safety, Health & Environmental Management Systems This course aims to develop a general understanding of safety, health and environmental management systems (SHEMS), the principles of risk assessment and risk management, human factors, and an understanding of safety culture and its measurement and development;  Working Safely (IOSH) The course is designed to provide flexible safety awareness training for all employees, and safety committee members, raising the health and safety awareness of personnel, and helping to improve the safety culture in the organisation. Satisfactory completion of the course and a written assessment will result in an IOSH Certificate;  Managing Safely (IOSH) This course provides Engineers, Managers and Supervisors with a more detailed look at HSE systems and teaches them how to manage health and safety in the workplace. Satisfactory completion of the course and a written assessment will result in an IOSH Certificate; 14 Page Restricted
  15. 15.  HSE Communications This course will equip safety advisers, managers and supervisors with useful guidance on a variety of techniques for improving communication of the health, safety and environmental message in the workplace; HSE Leadership This course will enhance the leadership skills of managers in terms of health and safety. Skills are transferrable to other supervisory responsibilities; Accident / Incident Investigation This course will equip safety advisers and engineers with the necessary skills to undertake effective accident / incident / near miss investigations in order to identify the root causes and suggest appropriate solutions to eliminate weaknesses in the management system. Practical exercises will be included; Task Risk Assessment This course will equip trainees with the necessary skills to conduct effective risk assessments with respect to work activities. Practical exercises will be included; HSE Auditing This course will equip delegates with the necessary skills to undertake effective audits in order to identify weaknesses in a safety management system and suggest appropriate solutions to eliminate such weaknesses. Practical auditing exercises will be included; HSE Monitoring & Control This course will improve delegates’ understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the various techniques for monitoring health, safety and environment performance, including leading and lagging performance indicators; H2S Awareness and “Train the Trainer” A comprehensive training program to cover all the issues associated with working in an environment with risks of exposure to H2S. Each participant will be trained to identify and manage H2S hazards in accordance with the client’s own H2S Contingency Plan. Delegates will also be trained to train others; Equipment Failure Investigation This course will equip maintenance engineers, safety advisers and others with the necessary skills to undertake effective investigations of failures of plant and equipment in order to identify the root causes of failure and suggest appropriate solutions to eliminate weaknesses in the management system; Error Management in Maintenance This course will equip trainees with a thorough understanding of the role of human factors and human error in maintenance and the techniques which can be used to reduce the likelihood of errors or mitigate the effects of such errors; 15 Page Restricted
  16. 16.  Environmental Impact – Management & Assessment This course is designed to provide a practical guide to the technical and scientific concepts that must be addressed by those who have professional responsibility for the design, management and conduct of impact assessment;  Control of Major Accident Hazards This course will allow delegates to develop an understanding of the key principles of prevention, detection control, mitigation, and recovery in relation to major accident hazards in high hazard industries such as oil and gas. Techniques such as CHA, PPHA, HAZID, HAZAN, HAZOP, FMEA, FTA, ETA, HRA, etc will be covered;  Human Factors in Health & Safety This course will help delegates to develop an understanding of the key principles of human factors in relation to health and safety, especially with respect to major accident hazards in high hazard industries such as oil and gas;  Behaviour Based Safety People are the most important feature of any organisation. Without the skills, commitment and loyalty of its people, an organisation will simply not function. Employers need to consider the people or human factors issues in health and safety management. The PTP "Staysafe" process goes beyond normal BBS limits and delivers a process that integrates the necessary positive safety culture seen by management and employees as part of everyday activity to ensure that policies and systems are delivering optimum human performance;  NEBOSH International Safety Certificate The 16 modules in different aspects of workplace safety and health, will normally be delivered during a 3-4 week program of intensive classes, and then candidates will be expected to undertake some private study and background reading before sitting a NEBOSH examination (National Examination Board for Occupational Safety & Health). Alternative delivery models can be arranged;  NEBOSH Safety Diploma This is an advanced program for safety professionals. The program will require extensive study of HSE on a part-time basis over a 1 – 2 year period. Participants who pass the assessments will be awarded a NEBOSH Diploma.HSE courses are accredited by independent professional organisations such as Institute ofOccupational Safety & Health (IOSH) and the National Examination Board for OccupationalSafety & Health (NEBOSH).PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS & SUPERVISORY SKILLS DEVELOPMENTM2D can deliver a selection of short courses to improve the personal effectiveness ofcompany personnel including: 16 Page Restricted
  17. 17.  Presentation Skills Presentations and public speaking are a growing part of every professional’s day-to- day functions. By learning to master the key principles and techniques of public speaking and presenting, delegates will be able to lead, persuade, coordinate, and manage at a higher level. Delegates’ self-confidence, image and credibility within the organization will also improve; Communication & Report Writing Skills This course will look at a range of workplace activities where good communication skills can radically improve performance. Delegates will analyse and understand “what” needs to be communicated and “how” this can be done effectively; Time and Stress Management Skills Time Management is an essential skill. This course will help delegates to reach a personal understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses as time managers and to have a clear idea of how they currently use their time. This program allows delegates to critically analyse their current situation and put development plans in place to manage time better with the potential to greatly improve job performance as a result; Making Meetings Effective Delegates will gain a better understanding of the key differences between effective and ineffective meetings, and will acquire tools and techniques that will help them make meetings more effective in the future; Leadership, Motivation & Management Skills This program has been specifically designed as an in-house workshop to meet the demands of current and future leaders of people. Delegates will be given the opportunity to examine in detail their personal style of management through a variety of self evaluation models, tools and processes. We will explore the factors which make a truly high performing team and we will uncover the building blocks to communication success; Team Working and Team Management Skills This program will look at the criteria for effective team working and how effective teams are formed. It will allow delegates to understand the different roles that people can adopt in a team environment and their own preferred personality type and team role; Appraising and Managing Employee Performance This course will review the established systems and techniques for appraising employee performance. Through discussion of existing company systems and cultures, delegates will better understand how their own systems could be improved. Delegates will also have a better understanding of their roles in the appraisal process and be better equipped to support effective implementation of company systems; Mediation, Conflict Resolution & Management 17 This course will consider the established systems and techniques for conflict resolution and management. Delegates will acquire a range of skills to help them be Page more effective in dealing with conflict in the workplace; Restricted
  18. 18.  Performance Improvement Planning This course will introduce participants to Performance Improvement Planning (PIP), designed to facilitate constructive discussion between an individual and their supervisor and to clarify the work performance to be improved. It is implemented, at the discretion of the supervisor, when it becomes necessary to help a staff member improve his or her performance. The course will include practical skills workshops to help delegates practice what they have learnt;  Pursuing & Achieving Personal Excellence This course will identify and develop those critical skills needed for achieving personal excellence such as communication, influence and persuasion; self- awareness; assertiveness skills; active listening; stress management; time management principles and techniques to achieve success and excellence; delegation; negotiating and the power of re-framing; and goal-setting;  Supervisor & Management Skills The course will help participants to develop excellent skills for managing people. Delegates will learn about the processes involved, the systems used and the skills needed to be successful as a supervisor. They will explore a broad range of skills, ranging from communication skills to time management, discovering the skills required and the role of the supervisor along the way.OPERATIONS & TECHNICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENTM2D can deliver a selection of courses to improve the operational and technical competenceof company personnel including:  Root Cause Analysis Improving the effectiveness of processes, removing failures and understanding the successes across all production plant and assets is essential for increasing operational reliability and availability, not incurring costs and increasing profits for your organisation. Effective Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is really about seeking effective solutions that control the causes of problems that occur anywhere in your organisation. It is a universal approach;  Vibration Measurement & Analysis This course will review the evolution of maintenance in process plants, identification of critical machinery and adoption of Condition Based Monitoring, principles of predictive maintenance, vibration parameters, signal analysis, vibration monitoring and analysis, resonance, and application of vibration analysis;  Maintenance Best Practice This course will review how industrial maintenance strategies have evolved, reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of established systems (breakdown, preventative, predictive, CBM, RCM, TPM, etc), and consider systems and tools for improving Asset Integrity Management;  Process Plant Shutdown and Start-up 18 This program will look at best practice in planning and project managing plant shutdowns, turnarounds and start-up operations; Page  Improving the Performance of Refinery Operations Restricted
  19. 19. The objective of this course is to help Plant Managers, Senior Engineers and Senior Technologists to develop strategies, tools, techniques, knowledge and insights that will allow them to improve the effectiveness, safety and profitability of their refinery operations;  Corrosion in Oil & Gas Production This program addresses the types of corrosion problems encountered in oil and gas production, and enables participants to appreciate the options for managing the corrosion risks. It provides a useful refresher for more senior corrosion professionals, as well as providing corrosion awareness for engineers from of other disciplines who wish to broaden their understanding of the corrosion aspects of projects or facilities for which they are responsible.OIL & GAS ENGINEERING TRAININGM2D have delivered a range of courses to suit the client’s needs and specification in thefollowing areas:  Drilling & Well Engineering  Reservoir Engineering & Management  Oil and Gas Production  Asset / Facilities Integrity Management  Maritime Training, as below:-  Deck Officer Cadet  Elementary First Aid  BSc(Hons) Vessel Operations  First Aid on Board Ship  Advanced Officer of the Watch  GMDSS Restricted Certificate  Chief Officer & Master  GMDSS General Operator  Navigation, ARPA & Radar  GMDSS Radio Maintenance  General Ship Knowledge  GMDSS Update  Maritime Business and Law  Applied Marine Engineering  Seamanship & Meteorology  General Engineering Science 1&2  Stability  Marine Diesels  Engineering Officer Cadet  Auxiliary Equipment  Electro-Technical Officer Cadet  Fire Prevention & Fire-fighting  Engineer Officer of the Watch  Advanced Fire-fighting  Second Engineer  Fire-Fighting Command and Control  Chief Engineer  Sea Survival (standard MSA Course)  Technical English for Mariners  Sea Survival (Advanced)  Efficient Deck Hand  Fast Rescue Craft - Competent Crew  Basic First Aid (1st Aid at Sea)  Fast Rescue Craft – Coxswain  Advanced First Aid (Ship’s Captain  Basic Fire-fighting  Practical Damage Control  Advanced Fire-fighting (Stage 2)  Breathing Apparatus (Basic)  Supplementary Fire-fighting  Breathing Apparatus (Advanced)  Diving Familiarisation  Inshore / Coastal Navigation  GMDSS - with SAR bias  Offshore / Ocean Navigation  SAR Mission Co-ordinator  Offshore / Ocean Navigation  SAR On Scene Commander 19  Oil Spill Response (Level 1)  Maritime SAR Administrator   SAR Basic Overview Page Oil Spill Response (Level 2)  Oil Spill Response (Level 3)  SAR Search Planning Restricted
  20. 20.  Disaster Control  International Law (of the Sea)  Deep Sea Towage  Offshore platform installation  Jack-up emergency punch through  Sub-sea template installation  Platform removal  Oil field abandonment  Bridge Simulation  Engine Room SimulationINTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE EXAMPLES OF INDUSTRY TRAININGThe following pages provide some examples of international experience in industry trainingand oil & gas training and development, residing within Multi-Mission Dynamics Group:Country / Client Brief Description of Services ProvidedALGERIASonatrach Series of HSE programmes for 500 staff at the national oil company including Senior Executives, Managers and Engineers. Programmes ranged from 1-day sessions for senior executives to 2-year, modular, specialist NEBOSH Diploma programmes for HSE Specialists.Sonatrach Modular 2-year, part-time, MBA programmes for 60 middle managers.Sonatrach Modular, 1-year, master’s level programmes for 40 Engineers in “Asset & Facilities Integrity Management”.Sonatrach Series of HSE programmes and associated consultancy for 40 Managers and 30 Engineers / Supervisors with specific objectives to improve HSE performance at the Hassi Messaoud Oil & Gas Production & Processing Plant.ANGOLASonangol P&P 20 week preparation programme for Engineers including English, Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Introduction to Oil & Gas.Sonangol P&P Several 4-year programmes to prepare specialist oilfield engineers in “Mechanical & Offshore Engineering”, “Electrical & Electronics Engineering”, “Oil & Gas Engineering”, and “Petroleum Production Engineering”.AZERBAIJANBP 2 year modular, master’s level programme in “Business Management” for local trainees.IRANNIOC 1 year modular, master’s level programme in “Drilling & Well Engineering” for a group of Engineers from the National Iranian Oil Company. 20IRAQBritish Council 16-week specialist programmes for Iraqi Engineers funded Page by Shell and BP and facilitated by British Council. Restricted
  21. 21. Country / Client Brief Description of Services ProvidedKAZAKHSTANVarious Oil Companies 2-year modular, master’s level programme in “Human Resource Management” for local trainees from companies including ChevronTexaco, Karachaganak Production Operating, Agip, Petro Kazakhstan, ExxonMobil, and others.Shell Kazakhstan Consultancy project to consider the “Viability of Delivering International Programmes” at Kazakh British Technical University”, preparation of business plan and marketing strategy.Shell and BG Consultancy project to set up a “Shell / BG Graduate School” at Kazakh British Technical University and run a series of international programmes in “Petroleum Engineering”, “Human Resource Management”, Petroleum Law, and Facilities Management.KazMunayTeniz Major consultancy project for the offshore subsidiary of the national oil company to provide a “KMT Staff Development Strategy for Offshore Oil & Gas Projects 2008 – 2019”, including the design of training and development programmes for all the company’s projected technical graduate recruits.KUWAITKuwait Coastguard A series of 20-week programmes for KCG Officers to include, Technical English, Marine Survival, Fire-fighting, First Aid, International Marine Law, Damage Control, GMDSS Communications.Kuwait Petroleum Consultancy project to review facilities at KPC TrainingCompany Centre at Ahmadi, compare these to international standards and make recommendations for improvement.Kuwait Petroleum Various short 3 – 5 day courses at KPC Training Centre forCompany KPC staff.LIBYANational Oil Company Through the NOC, organised numerous (250 – 500) longer- term (typically 36-week), modular courses for Agip, Agoco, Azzawiya, ENI, Jowffe, PTC, Rasco, Repsol, Sirte, STC, Veba, Wintershall, and Zuetina oil companies. Courses included “Oil & Gas Engineering”, “Drilling & Well Engineering”, “Asset & Facilities Integrity Management”, “Petroleum Production Engineering”, Supply Chain Management”, and “Information Systems”.National Oil Company Series of specialist short courses (4 weeks) for “Oil Installation Managers” through NOC for Agip Oil Company. 21 Page Restricted
  22. 22. Country / Client Brief Description of Services ProvidedNIGERIANigeria LNG Series of 20-week Engineering and Oilfield Orientation programmes for 16O Graduate Engineering recruits to the Bonny Island LNG facility. Courses were designed and delivered for Mechanical, Electrical, Instruments, Civil, Process, Quality and Safety EngineersOMANOman LNG Series of HNC / HND level specialist programmes for Laboratory Staff from Oman LNG.UNITED ARAB EMIRATESGASCO Series of Major Emergency Management courses for Senior Staff at a number of the company’s operational plants.ZADCO Specialist course in Purchasing & Supply Chain Management.ZADCO Short course in Oilfield Measurement to include static tank measurement and fiscal metering.UZBEKISTANLukoil Uzbekistan A consultancy project to review operational requirements, local graduate quality, local education providers, and local training providers. Design training programmes with delivery options for 500 graduate engineers and technicians for the Kandym Gas Production & Processing Project.VIETNAMBP Vietnam 1-year programmes in “Oil & Gas Engineering” for a number of new graduate trainees.Many of M2D’s Oil & Gas courses are also relevant to power and water generation companyneeds or general industry.FOR THE QUICKEST AND MOST PROFESSIONAL APPROACH TO ALL M2D’STRAINING, THE INITIAL STEP IS FOR M2D TO PERFORM A SEPARATE “TRAININGNEEDS ANALYSIS” CONTRACT, TARGETED AT SPECIFIC AREAS OR IN GENERAL,FOR BOTH SECURITY, DEFENCE AND INDUSTRIAL CLIENTS. 22 Page Restricted
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